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Νεκρός ένας νεαρός 16 χρονών, μετά από πυροβολισμό που δέχτηκε από αστυνομικό λίγο μετά τις 9 το βράδυ, στα Εξάρχεια. Συμφωνα με πληροφορίες το θύμα ονομάζεται Γρηγορόπουλος Αντρέας-Αλέξανδρος.

Με επιβεβαιωμένες πλεον πληροφορίες ο αστυνομικός σκότωσε εν ψυχρώ το νεαρό παιδί, πυροβολώντας τον στο στήθος.

Σύμφωνα και με δηλώσεις της δικηγόρου Αντωνίας Λεγάκη στο ΣΚΑΙ, υπάρχουν τρεις μάρτυρες οι οποίοι μπορούν να καταθέσουν ότι ο αστυνομικός σκότωσε εν ψυχρώ τον νεαρό.

Σε όλη την Ελλάδα γίνονται διαδηλώσεις και επεισόδια με αφορμή την δολοφονία του νεαρού μαθητή. Χιλιάδες διαδηλωτές και χιλιάδες φωτογραφίες. Αυτό το γκρου είναι για να συγκεντρώσει το υλικό αυτό σε ένα μέρος.

The death of a 15 year - old in central Athens during clashes with police in the Exearchia district has sparked off a series of violent protests in the Greek capital and other major cities. Thessaloniki, Patras, and Crete all witnessed violent clashes between demonstrators and riot police.

According to official reports Andreas Grigoropoulos died after being shot at 9pm by police guarding the Exarcheia police station, which due to its proximity to the university of Athens is often a target for attacks by anarchist and other leftist groups.However, eye witness accounts tell a different story. According to local residents the the police officer shot Grigoropoulos after an argument. Greek national TV is now calling the incident a "cold blooded Murder" rather than an act of self - defence.

News of the death quickly spread via the internet, SMS and word of mouth leading to protests across Greece. Today's marches quickly turned violent as enraged demonstrators took our their anger on banks, shops and police stations.

In Thessaloniki, Greece's second city the central Leukos Pyrgos police station was attacked by masked anarchists with rocks and Molotov cocktails. The police replied with tear gas and flash grenades causing panic and chaos amongst the thousands of marchers not involved in the violence.

TV images being shown live on Greek TV show central Athens swathed in smoke and tear gas and tens of small fires burn unattended as the fire fighters are unable to put them out.

Although violent scenes are not uncommon in Greece the extent, duration and intensity of the riots seems to have taken the authorities by surprise.In addition the fact that many of those who took in protest marches were neither young nor students is indicative of the fact that the death of the teenager has angered many Greeks. Case in point was the pensioner, who stood in front of a phalanx of riot police, apoplectic with rage shouting, "cops, killer, pigs" during the march in Thessaloniki

The events couldn't have come at a worst time for the conservative New Democracy government which has been losing support due to its handing of the recent economic crisis and the alleged involvement of many senior officials in the Vatopedi corruption scandal.

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